2018-2019 BudgetThe Board of Education adopted its spending plan for the 2018-2019 school year on April 9. Please click on the following links for information pertaining to the budget:There will be a budget hearing on May 7, 2018 at 6:15 p.m. in the Jr./Sr. High School Auditorium.Advocacy ToolkitBecome an advocate for the students in the General Brown Central School District. Click on the following link for helpful tools to assist you in advocating for our schools and our children: TOOLKITSample advocacy letters (Coming Soon)Governor Andrew CuomoSenator Patty RitchieAssemblywoman JenneFiscal Stress Monitoring System ReportThe Office of the State Comptroller has developed a public fiscal stress monitoring system that provides feedback to school districts and community members regarding the level of fiscal stress in which the District is currently operating. To view the 2017 reports, please click on the following link:
Property Tax CapNew York State defines the tax cap as limiting a local government’s (e.g. city, town, village, various special districts and school districts) overall growth in the property tax levy to 2 percent or the rate of inflation, whichever is less. However, it isn't a 2 percent tax cap at all. It is a tax levy limit based on a complicated 8-step formula. Click on the following link to learn more: Property Tax Cap
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